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Ken Cuccinelli 4, Virginia 3, Paraguay 3, Cuccinelli 3, Dick Cheney 3, Sanjay Gupta 3, Brad Stevens 2, America 2, Ferrell 2, Humira 2, Paul Shaffer 2, Dr. Conrad Murray 2, David Letterman 2, Charles Barkley 2, Mark Obenshain 2, Indiana 1, Olympics 1, Virginia Independence Usa Pac 1, Nra 1, Biff 1,
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    October 28, 2013
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>> from the heart of broadway, broadcasting across the nation and around the world, it's the "late show" with david letterman. tonight... plus paul shaffer and the cbs orchestra. i'm alan kalter. and now, david letterman! (cheers and applause) captioning sponsored by worldwide pants and cbs ( band playing "late show" theme ) ( cheers and applause )
(cheers and applause) lenny worth, jr., ladies and gentlemen! (musical flourish) here i'm going to show you how my weekend went, this is what i did this weekend, it's a little impression, little slice of life a little vignette, a little look behind the scenes. this is me, my personal life this weekend, this is what i did. a little tableau, i hope you enjoy it. (laughter) this is me on my weekend. (clears throat) (laughter) >> paul: right.
>> dave: (breathing heavily) one senior for "bad grand parks please." (laughter) thank you very much. clap thank you, then i put on my persimmon cardigan and went home (laughter and applause) halloween is thursday. i love halloween. you open the door, there's strangers in masks. good idea. okay, what do you want? whatever it is, go ahead. you know forget surprising the staff, every year i try doing something nice for the staff so this year i was looking through that catalog and i saw hand-made metal pans and i said "that's perfect." (laughter) i'll order -- (laughs)
harry and david hand made metal pans. and i said i'll order everybody on the staff a man made metal pan. if you don't mind, i want to check in to see how my hand made metal pans are coming. there they are right there. wow. i hope they -- (applause) all right, that's plenty. it doesn't seem like he's made any progress since we last checked in. here now we made something special because of halloween. halloween now and hand made metal pans. ♪ he did the monster mash the monster mash ♪ that was graveyard smash it caught on in a flash ♪ he did mash, he did the monster mash ♪ >> dave: okay, all right, knock it off. this is top-notch stuff, isn't
it? (laughter) hey, you know, kanye west? you know what this guy did? he went to a baseball stadium throughout in san francisco and he went to the stadium and in the stadium kim kardashian, he pops the question right there. he says to her "why are you famous? (laughter) as of yet they have not chose an site for the divorce. (laughter) >> tomorrow on the "late show" dave welcomes dr. conrad murray. >> dave: dr. conrad murray, remember this guy? he was -- went to prison, dr. conrad murray, he's out of prison. he's out of prison now. he served two years out of a four-year sentence. he got time off for volunteering on death throw so that was nice.
(laughter) you think about that guy, you think, gee, i wonder how a guy like that sleeps at night. (laughter) you know, got a new book out, that dick cheney, former vice president dick cheney. dick "boom boom" cheney. (laughter) he did an interview on "60 minutes" which, of course, is right here on cbs with sanjay gupta. did you know sanjay gupta was on "60 minutes"? >> paul: it must be a new thing. >> dave: it must be a new thing. here, now, is an excerpt of former vice president dick cheney talking to sanjay gupta about his heart condition. watch. >> you've had four heart attacks three catheterizations, bypass surgery, an implanted defibrillator, a left ventricular assist device, a mack can heart, a baboon heart, paid a high school kid six
dollars an hour to manually squeeze your heart every five seconds to keep blood flowing in your body. >> right. >> dave: did you worry about your physical health? >> no. (laughter) >> dave: you know the affordable care web site, obama said they've had some glitches. the web site he's said they've had some glitches. they've had some glitches on the obamacare -- (laughter) i tell you something, ladies and gentlemen, you order a pair of pants online from jay crew and they send you the wrong color, that's a glitch! that's a glitch! this is a carnival cruise for god's sake! republicans claim they could be exposing america's private information. yeah, we have no private information anymore, do we? everybody knows what the hell we're doing. it's a carnival cruise, ladies and gentlemen, it's not a glitch
today obama was in so much trouble he called hillary clinton and he said "could you start early?" (laughter) crazy. a lot of problems with that web site. have you tried to dial up the web site? >> no, not yet. >> dave: it's impossible. (laughter) it's impossible. the president every week has a radio or t.v. address to the american people. here's what it was this weekend. i'm telling you, this is not the kind of message sending out to people if you're trying to get your web site off -- watch. >> it's called the marketplace and so americans without health insurance and americans who buy insurance on their own because they can't get it at work, it's a very big deal. if you're one of those people,
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underground was smuggled into communist czechoslovakia in the late 1980s inspiring a human rights movement called charter 77 which eventually helped bring down the czech communist regime. how about that? lou reed. >> paul: what a legacy. (applause) late 1960s. i said 1980s. 1960s. but that's a tremendous loss in the world of music and a great friend of ours in the show. did you see one of those guys in the audience >> paul: which ways? >> dave: i have one of those learning disorders. i'm like a thorough bread -- if a fly lands on the hind quarter of a thoroughbred racehorse all of the xanax in the world is not going to calm it down. >> right, yeah. >> dave: i'm just hey, is hub, hub, hub -- hey --
>> paul: fly lands on your ass, you've had it. (laughter) >> dave: yes, that's right. so we have people -- it's like an eye test tonight it's like robs and cones. they're both dressed in persimmon and it's not the same persimmon. (laughter) so i'm completely screwed up. there, now look at that. (laughter) so we get that straightened out and something else i noticed, 19 people in horizontal stripes and i think something's going on here. and then on top of that there's a guy in the audience that looks like will ferrell. do you know will ferrell? >> paul: of course, we all know him. >> dave: very funny comedian. >> paul: there's a guy out here who looks like him? sort of a double of his? >> dave: there is there he is right there. look at that. i don't know. (applause)
i don't know. certainly good looking guy but -- i guess it's close to being a double. (laughter) give him a -- biff, give a kid a t-shirt or something. >> paul: the guy that looks like will snarl >> dave: yeah, give that guy a t-shirt. thanks, biff. (applause) >> paul: yeah, i can see a distance resemblance. there was something else going on there. were we supposed to notice anything else? >> never mind. >> dave: ladies and gentlemen, here's tonight's top ten list. let's go. (cheers and applause)
the top ten list i said here's tonight's ten list. >> paul: i thought you were doing ten at ten. (laughter) >> dave: in paraguay -- who's been to paraguay? where are may paraguayans? hu? in paraguay, recent lay 103-year-old man and a 99-year-old woman were married after living together for 80 years. (laughter) >> paul: oh, that's sweet! >> dave: i think this is sweet but i'll tell you-- and this is one of my pet peeves is old, really old people who say things like "we've been married for 75 years and the sex has never been better." i hate that! (laughter) i don't want to hear that. (applause) it can't possibly be tu! keep it to yourselves for the love of god! >> dave: we don't need to hear this. >> dave: recent lay 10-year-old
and 99-year-old woman were married after living together for 80 years. in attendance were eight children, 50 grandchildren, 35 great grandchildren and several of those chilean miners who were rescued a couple years ago. i don't know why they were there. these things were overheard at the wedding. it will wedding, 10 10-3-year-old and his 99-year-old wife.
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they've been doing that. isn't that remarkable? he's a remarkable man. he's been with the n.b.a. on t.n.t. what is this scrapable? (laughs) (applause) the new season tips off tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. ladies and gentlemen, here he is, the always-entertaining charles barkley. (cheers and applause) (applause) the >> dave: how are you doing, sdmarls >> i am doing great. i am ready for the season to start. >> dave: 15 years you've been doing this. you and your buddies sit in the studio. >> get paid to watch lebron james play. greatesting by the the world. they pay us to watch basketball. >> dave: did you do research for
that show? >> i played in the n.b.a. for 16 years. that's enough. (laughter) >> i'm not gonna argue with that. i'm worried about something in the league. i'm worried about the league generally but specifically something. there's a small university -- liberal arts education religious university called butler university. they had a good there that that took them the n.c.a.a. finals two years in a row, brad stevens. so now the little weasel -- (laughter) >> i was on his side, i thought this is the kind of guy we need more of in college sports. bring the kids in, nurture them, get an education, make them good athletes, people, humans he takes the gig and now he's in the n.b.a. so -- and he's only -- oh, he's not even 20. (laughter) >> dave: you've got to take the boston celtics job. >> dave: why? >> listen, there's certain jobs in sports you have to take.
>> dave: what about the kids and their education? >> that's the most important thing about college. >> dave: right. so he turns his back on the most important thing -- (laughter) and by the way -- >> oh, they're not going to learn because he's gone? (laughter) >> yes! that's exactly what will happen. but indiana is the home of the high school college basketball. stay there and -- look at bobby knight. he never coached in the pros. >> because he would have got killed! (laughter) i still owe him a beatdown from the olympics. (laughter) >> dave: (laughs) a beatdown! >> yeah, i'm glad you reminded me. if i see him i'm going to beat him down. >> that's my point. brad stevens, what's going to happen to him? >> dave: >> he's not going be yelling and screaming like bo